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5 Routes for Discovering the Landscapes of the Berguedá Region

By | 24 May, 2017 | 0 comments

The Berguedá region takes in more than a thousand square kilometres and the entire essence of the Catalan Pre-Pyrenees region. The landscape is marked by three key elements – water, limestone rock and vegetation – combined in different proportions to give the very best picture of this part of the Barcelona province. The northern area is characterised by lower mountains surrounding the river Llobregat. Read full article

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10 Things to Do in Barcelona in Springtime

By | 15 May, 2017 | 0 comments

With the arrival of spring, Barcelona takes on a special new light. The days are longer and it’s the perfect time to enjoy the charms of Barcelona and one of the cities with the most leisure activities for every taste that you’ll find. And at this time of the year, the temperature is ideal to take advantage of everything Barcelona has to offer. Read full article

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Ideal Beaches For Kids in Barcelona

By | 5 May, 2017 | 0 comments

Heading down to the beach with the kids is a fun and entertaining experience for everyone. Building sand castles, hunting for seashells, strolling along a golden carpet and frolicking in the water are the perfect ingredients of a great day out at the beach for any family. But some beaches are more suited to go to with children than others. Read full article

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The Most Exclusive Shops in Barcelona

By | 27 April, 2017 | 0 comments

Barcelona is home to many great tourist attractions, but one of the most special has to be its paradise for shoppers. The most exclusive stores choose Barcelona to establish their luxurious outlets, attracted by the profile of tourists who visit the city and are making it one of the fashion capitals of the world. Read full article

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Street Performers of Las Ramblas

By | 19 April, 2017 | 0 comments

Las Ramblas is one of the most attractive spots where you can enjoy the life and spirit of Barcelona. To explore this vital artery of Barcelona is to start on a journey with no schedule, where you can enjoy the small details and unique sequences of life on Las Ramblas. One of the most striking spectacles you’ll see are the street performers of las Ramblas: human statues, Read full article

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The Most Unique Shops in Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter

By | 11 April, 2017 | 0 comments

The Gothic Quarter in Barcelona has many tourist attractions that make it a must-see place in the Spanish city. The charms of its narrow streets, the beauty of its monuments, countless hidden corners and unique spaces are just some of the attractions in one of the most influential quarters of Barcelona. But, more than that, it’s also a place that’s quite attractive to people who love shopping. Read full article

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El Raval and the Most Multicultural Face of Barcelona

By | 4 April, 2017 | 0 comments

El Raval is not famous for being the cleanest, nor for being the safest district of Barcelona, but rather for the wealth of diverse culturesyou’ll find on its streets and the very personality of this neighbourhood, which is whatattractsso many visitors seeking out a new and exciting place. It’s aneighbourhood where you can enjoy dishes from kitchens all around the world, Read full article

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Primavera Sound Barcelona 2017: tickets and concerts that you simply cannot miss!

By | 27 March, 2017 | 0 comments

The next edition of the Primavera Sound Barcelona festival 2017 promises to be one of the best ever – bands who will headline the festival have already been announced and fans have not been left disappointed. From 31st May to 4th June 2017, you have an unmissable appointment to enjoy Primavera Sound Barcelona 2017.

Arcade Fire, Read full article

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10 Interesting Facts about Las Ramblas in Barcelona

By | 20 March, 2017 | 0 comments

To take a stroll down Las Ramblas is to start a walking tour along the

– The word Rambla comes from Arabic and the term ramia, a sandy riverbed. In the 10th and 11th centuries, the rains falling down from the Collserola mountains created a torrent of water along a ravine, Read full article

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Sant Jordi – Barcelona’s festival of the book and the rose

By | 10 March, 2017 | 0 comments

Sant Jordi is the patron saint of Cataluña. His Saint’s Day is the biggest festive celebration for the Catalans and especially for the city of Barcelona.  It brings together various traditions and customs with people dressing in festive clothing and enjoying the cheerful atmosphere on the streets of Barcelona. Visit Barcelona on the weekend of April 22nd and embark on a fiesta marked by the legends and traditions that begins a journey full of romanticism and culture. Read full article

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